sailorless

sailorless

(ˈseɪlələs)
adj
(Sailing) (of a ship) crewless
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The IMO hasn't yet set out rules to govern sailorless ships, even though companies are racing to design them.
Worse would be done if the Tories trick their way back in, surrendering Royal Marines to fund sailorless aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales.
Language, in its power to tell narratives--"a few of the lines of one of my favorite poems (was) grafted to the mast of a sailorless ship"--guides Francis Gildart to undermine his opponents.
Stanford produces a wild ride on this sailorless ship "as if Huckleberry Finn had been written by Andre Breton" (Benjamin Kimpel, quoted in Wright's preface).
Worse would be detonated if the Tories trick their way back in, surrendering Royal Marines to fund a crew for sailorless aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales.